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Mining work going ahead

Castanet – September 7, 2018 Controversial exploratory mining work is set to get underway this fall in the mountains between Summerland and Peachland, despite opposition from both municipalities. Troubadour Resources is probing five mineral claims near Eneas Lakes Provincial Park in

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Prepare to take the pledge for Peachland and be more waterwise

January 29, 2016 – Peachland View Clearly we experienced an eye-opening event last year, both locally and in the greater region surrounding us. That is, severe drought conditions. Why bring this up while it is still early in the new

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BE WATERWISE : Don’t let the beautiful lake fool you

Peachland View – July 11, 2013 Even though the Okanagan boasts many lakes, there is less freshwater available here than almost anywhere in Canada.

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